Around 1,200 people lost power in Galveston on Friday morning, after a Waste Management trash truck took down a utility pole near Seawall Boulevard.
Saturday morning, live shrimp supplies at most bait camps were out by 8 a.m. or earlier. Live croaker inventories were spotty, and most anglers were willing to take croaker in lieu of shrimp.
After hosting 110 teams and raising more than $3,000 during the inaugural Cougar Beach Bash, the sand volleyball tournament returns to East Beach with more than 150 players preregistered for the event.
People may be interacting more online, but still yearn for a face-to-face connection. Comments (0)
In Galveston County, one city’s economic development problem is another’s pursuit. Comments (0)
It’s crunchtime for Britta Carter’s fifth-grade, fourth-period social studies class at John and Shamarion Barber Middle School in Dickinson. Comments (0)
Galveston County’s population is rapidly changing. In the past decade, the Hispanic population jumped nearly 45 percent. Rapid growth in the northern part of the county also is spurring need f… Comments (0)
The “Y” is not what it used to be and that’s almost certainly a good thing. Comments (0)
Steve Mataro was 8 years old and living in the New Jersey housing projects, but not the worst-off kid he knew. That was perhaps his next-door neighbor, a girl with muscular dystrophy. When New… Comments (0)
Mrs. Jennifer Washington is the teacher I’d like to nominate for the Teacher of the Year award. She has gone above and beyond to ensure our students here at Mainland Preparatory Academy have f… Comments (0)